Before you become the next contestant because too much of a good thing means bad things for your stomach, reach for fast-acting NAUZENE Chews!
NAUZENE's four-minute formula quickly relieves stomach discomfort from over-indulging. NAUZENE features a specially buffered formula that helps calm and control upset stomach discomfort, including discomfort from overindulgence in food and drink.
Doctor-recommended NAUZENE Chewables are a convenient upset stomach and nausea medicine. The quick dissolving chewable tablets contain no salicylates, no caffeine and no antihistamines. And they feature a delicious wild cherry flavor that has no chalky medicinal flavor or bitter aftertaste.
*In laboratory tests, NAUZENE Chews reaches 99% of its acid neutralizing ability within 4 minutes.
What is the active ingredient in NAUZENE Chewables?Each NAUZENE Chewable tablet contains 230mg of Sodium Citrate Dihydrate.
What is the dosage for NAUZENE Chewables?Adults may take 2-4 tablets per dose. Chew tablets completely. Dose may be repeated after 15 minutes, not to exceed 24 tablets in a 24-hour period unless advised by a doctor. Be sure to read all product package label Directions, Uses and Warnings and follow them carefully.
How many carbohydrates are in NAUZENE Chewables?Each NAUZENE Chewable tablet contains approximately 1.25 grams of carbohydrates.
How many calories are in NAUZENE Chewables?Each NAUZENE Chewable tablet contains about 5 calories (calorie content based on carbohydrate content).
Is the cherry flavor natural or artificial?The cherry flavor in NAUZENE Chewables is an artificial flavor.
Can I give NAUZENE Chewables to my child?A child can be given NAUZENE Chewables but the child’s doctor would need to be consulted for the appropriate dosage.
Is it okay to use NAUZENE Chewables if I am a diabetic?As stated on the product package labeling, you should ask a doctor before use if you have diabetes because this product contains sugar.
Nearly everyone has done it – overindulged in good food and drink until you don’t feel so good anymore. Whether it’s a holiday, a family gathering, or just a night out with the boys, whatever the occasion, an overstuffed stomach is downright uncomfortable and may leave you with an upset stomach or nausea.
Nausea is a feeling of stomach discomfort, which is sometimes accompanied by vomiting. It can be caused by hunger, overeating, certain medications, and other conditions. Overeating can cause nausea as your body tries to deal with the extra food. This can occur in anyone, but if you carry around excess weight you may deal with nausea after eating more often. According to a study published in the September 2004 issue of the "American Journal of Gastroenterology," people with a greater body mass index experience more nausea after eating than those with a lower body mass index.
Six in 10 Americans state they eat more than they should, which can mean you consume more calories than you need and feel painfully full. The pain, gas, indigestion and other symptoms often experienced after overeating can impair your ability to focus on your work and other everyday tasks.
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